Sarah Silverman romances a child in this short film (Video)

By | May 2, 2013 at 3:07 pm | 4 comments | Audio/Video, Comedy Briefs | Tags: , ,

In Sarah Silverman’s latest contribution to the JASH network on YouTube, we find the comedian embroiled in a torrid love affair with a suitor of a less advanced aged than her own. Filtered through the lens of French film noir – down to the English subtitles – it’s not incredibly funny. And it’s not interesting enough to make up for that. But that’s just my opinion. Check it out and tell us what you think.

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  • Garry

    Dylan, this is not in the style of “French film noir,” which isn’t really a thing. It is a parody of French New Wave film circa 1960, the nouvelle vague. Film noir means, mostly, Hollywood crime and detective movies of the 40′s and early 50′s. Think Bogart or Robert Mitchum opposite some so-bad-she’s-irresistible dame.

    • dylan

      thanks for the clarification and the education. i did a minute of research and found enough references to french film noir, but i believe you. fail. whatever it was, i still wasn’t a fan of it.

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